A dream hospital project is only possible when you have a robust Information Technology system in place. Nothing can substitute the importance of IT, both hardware and software, in the smooth running of the hospital. A strong healthcare information system support is desired if you wish speedy processes and a lesser dependency on manual operations, which are mistake prone too. An efficient IT support ensures patient safety and enhances the quality of services offered by the hospital. With hospital information system support a hospital can manage the myriad of activities that run inside it, that too with ease and accuracy.
We offer the following hospital information system services :
We are familiar with the fact that Information Technology is the basic fabric of any hospital, small or significant. Hence, we offer services in this particular domain crafted to individual hospital requirement and provide solutions that are customized and cost-effective.
- Integrate all departments as one and bind them together with IT.
- Reduce manual processes and brings every function online
- Offer IT installation, support, and maintenance
- Capability management and product configuration
- Employee and staff portal
- Data Porting
- Parallel Run support
- Go Live and Post Go-Live support
- Ongoing Product support and upgrade services under AMC
Revenue Cycle Management:
Revenue cycle management (RCM) is the financial process, utilizing medical billing software that healthcare facilities use to track patient care episodes from registration and appointment scheduling to the final payment of a balance. RCM unifies the business and clinical sides of healthcare by coupling administrative data, such as a patient’s name, insurance provider and other personal information, with the treatment a patient receives and their healthcare data. Healthcare helps you to manage all administrative and clinical functions that contribute to the capture, management, and collection of patient service revenue. Communicating with health insurance companies is a critical component of RCM.